Proroute 4G Routers are built upon existing, tried and tested 3G router technology - the only thing that has changed is the new high speed 4G module inside. This means that you continue to get all the benefits of the Proroute M2M connectivity solution inlcuding their high quality construction, reliability and network keep-alive features at a price that does not stretch your budget for single or multiple installations.
The Proroute H820 LTE 4G Router is an industrial grade M2M 4G Router providing high speed 4G wireless broadband internet connectivity using the high speed UK 4G networks being rolled out in the UK. The Proroute H820 4G LTE Router uses an embedded LTE embedded module providing 4G connectivity with download speeds up to 100Mbps and upload speeds up to 50Mbps so there are no compatibility issues - just insert your 3G or 4G SIM and enjoy reliable, high speed wireless internet.
The Proroute H820 4G Router also supports 3G connectivity so it can be used in areas that do not yet have 4G services and this router supports all the latest 3G services including DC-HSPA+ (up to 42Mbps), 3.9G HSPA+ (up to 21Mbps) as well as the lower speed HSPA/UMTS 3G services and EDGE/GPRS 2G Data connectivity.
Like all Proroute 3G and 4G routers, the H820 is designed to provide a high speed, reliable mobile broadband connectivity and utilises several keep alive technologies and even includes Ping Reboot and SMS reboot for extra peace of mind.
The Proroute H820 4G Router provides wired LAN connectivity via 4 x 10/100 Ethernet LAN ports as well as wireless LAN via the 802.11b/g/n WiFi which includes all the WiFi security protocols for a secure wireless connection. The H820 router also features a WAN port so it can be connected to another router and can be configured to use the WAN internet connection and when the internet connection is lost then the router can activate the SIM card and switch to using the 3G/4G network until internet connection via the WAN port is re-established at which point the router will turn off the 3G/4G connection and continue using the WAN internet connection. This means that the Proroute H820 4G Router can be used as a failover 4G Router to provide extra resilience for wired broadband or leased line internet connections.
This is an entry level router designed for simple remote monitoring and management applications - if you need to use any advanced or failover features you should contact us prior to purchase.WE DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS ROUTER FOR IN-VEHICLE USE - Call us for details of our in-vehicle routers.Technical Specification3G/4G LTE Modem
Interface - 4G LTE (Upto 100Mbps) / DC-HSPA+ (Upto 42Mbps) / HSPA+ (Upto 21Mbps) / EDGE / GPRS / GSM
Peak Download Rate - 100 Mbps
Peak Upload Rate - 50 Mbps
Frequency Bands - LTE (800/900/1800/2100/2600 Mhz), WCDMA / 3G / HSPA+ (900/2100 mhz), EDGE/GPRS/GSM (900/1800/1900)
SIM Interface - 1.8V or 3V
Antenna Diversity - YES
4G MIMO - YESWi-Fi
WiFi 802.11b/g/nSMS/Voice control
SMS/Voice features to control the router, checks status, reboot or notify of alarm incidentsProtocol Support
TCP, UDP, SMTP, POP, ICMP, FTP, PPP, PPPoE, DHCP, DDNS, DNS, SNMP, NAT, DMZ, ALGVPN
VPN, IPSec, PPTP (client)Security
Security 64/128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
WPA & WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access)Advanced Firewall Features
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
Media Access Control
CSMA/CA with ACK Certifications
RADIUS Client Interface
Dynamic Route Feature (BGP, OSPF)LAN
4 X 10/100M LAN port (RJ45 interface)WAN
1 X 10/100M LAN port (RJ45 interface) - enables failover from WAN to 4G
Router can be used as 4G failover router with option to use WAN port as primary internet connection with failover to 4G in the event that WAN internet becomes unavailable.Antenna
1 X antenna for Wi-Fi (Mag mount)
2 X antenna for Cellular (Mag Mount)LED Indicators
LAN, WAN, WIFI, CELL, Signal, VPN, SYS - ActivityConfiguration Interface
Web/Telnet, Local RJ45 and WiFiUIM/SIM Card Slot
Supports 1.8V/3V UIM/SIM cardsPower
Power supply DC7V-30V, typical DC9V 1A
WEB interface (Internet Explorer v6 or Later; Mozilla Firefox v1.5 or Later, or other Java-enabled Browsers, Chrome, Opera, Safari, IE6)
Minimum System requirements computer with:
Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP SP2, Windows 2000 SP4, or Mac OS® X (v10.4/v10.3), Linux
Internet Explorer 6 or Mozilla Firefox
Network Interface Card / WiFiPhysical
Storage: -40°C to 80°C
Working: -30°C to 70°C
Humidity: 95% Maximum (Non-condensing)Dimensions
Item (L x B x H): 170mm x 105mm x 25mmWE RECOMMEND THIS ROUTER FOR M2M REMOTE MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING APPLICATIONS - IF YOU NEED ADVANCED LAN AND VPN FUNCTIONS OR NEED A 3G/4G ROUTER FOR YOUR OFFICE THEN WE RECOMMEND THE PROROUTE GEM420 4G ROUTER WHICH PROVIDES THE ROBUSTNESS AND RELIABILITY OF AN M2M ROUTER BUT WITH ADVANCED LAN AND VPN FUNCTIONALITY.IF YOU INTEND TO USE THE WAN OR WIFI TO CELL FAILOVER FEATURE OF THIS ROUTER THEN PLEASE CONTACT US PRIOR TO PURCHASE TO DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS SO WE CAN CONFIRM IT WILL WORK AS YOU REQUIRE.Package Contents:
1 x H820 4G Router
1 x CAT5 Ethernet Cable
1 x DC12V 2A UK Mains Power Adapter
2 x Cellular Antennas (Mag Mount)
1 x WiFi Antenna (Mag Mount)
1 x Terminal Block for alternative DC connection
1 x Quick start guideHow fast is the Proroute H820 4G Router?
In a recent test, based in our Romford offices, we tested the Proroute H685 4G Router
, which uses the same high speed Sierra Wireless 3G module and router hardware that is used in the Proroute H820 4G Router and you can expect the same speed test results with either router. We used a standard EE 4G SIM card. You can see the speed test results in the video below.
The Proroute H820 4G Router works with all UK 4G networks and 4G SIM cardss inlcuding EE 4G, Vodafone 4G, O2 4G and Three 4G. The H820 4G LTE Router uses a normal sized SIM card and we recommend using the mobile broadband tariffs offered by the mobile networks rather than their 4G Smart Phone pricing plans. Some networks may prevent the use of smartphone plans (especially with unlimited internet) in devices other than smartphones.Visit the PROROUTE 4G Router
website for additional information.Frequently Asked QuestionsQ. Is the Proroute H820 4G Router a suitable solution to provide 4G Internet access for my office?
A. Whilst ii can certainly provide a reliable 4G mobile broadband connection with wired and Wireless LAN connections, the H820 4G Router will not have many of the office type funtions such as allocating IP addresses based upon MAC address so we would recommend that you use a multi-functional 3G/4G Router like the Proroute GEM420 4G Router which combines many office type features inlcuding IPv6 and easy VPN configuration and load balancing with the M2M features such as ping reboot and SMS reboot to ensure a reliable 3G/4G mobile broadband internet connection with enhanced functionality and management.Q. What antennas come with the Proroute H820 4G Router?
A. The Proroute H820 4G Router is supplied with both stick type and magnetic mount antennas for both the Cellular and WiFi connections - these 4G antennas are for indoor use only and the different types are inlcuded for your installation convenience. Many users will just use the stick type antennas except when installing the router in a cabinet or other enclosed unit where there may be signal interferrence in which case the magnetic mount antennas installed outside the enclosure may provide better signal reception. Please note that when using the magnetic mount antennas that these are ground plane dependent which means that they will need to be placed upright on a metal surface at least 30cm x 30cm and spaced 60cm apart for ideal performance.Q. Can I use an external 4G antenna with my Proroute H820 4G Router?
A. Yes - the proroute H820 4G router has screw type SMA antenna connectors so can be used with an external antenna. The typical reason for using an external antenna is that the 4G router is positioned in a location with very poor or no signal eg. inside a metal cabinet or metal construction building (portacabin / site office) but there is a strong 4G signal outdoors. The 4G antenna can be positioned in a location with a good signal and deliver this to the router. The higher gain on these outdoor antennas is not to improve the download speeds, the extra gain is required to compensate for the additional signal loss down the length of the antenna cable.